Ward 1 – Dan Liedtke
Working as team members your Gulfport City Council serves in unison with city staff to make a lasting positive impact on the quality of life for all our residents and visitors. For many years our city has maintained a long and short term focus on a commitment to public safety, public infrastructure and all other services a 1st class municipality typically manages. In the last few years we have also dramatically increased efforts to address our underground infrastructure, water quality and resiliency to natural disasters. This includes a wide variety of fiscally smart and innovative capital improvements that are being planned, ongoing and/or nearing completion.
From the Gulfport Municipal Marina to Beach Drive and into Ward 4, we have every corner of the city receiving attention and capital upgrades. Many more major projects including beach replenishment, senior center expansion/remodel and ongoing marina upgrades will also be accomplished in the coming years. Our success in competing for outside funding to win local, state and federal grants continues to be an important component in enabling many of our city’s improvements while helping to keep your property taxes low.
We as team members on council remain very happy with how well our city staff continues to manage the needs of Gulfport citizens while maintaining conservative fiscal responsibility through sound operating budgets year after year.
Your comments and questions are always welcomed and encouraged as we work together to build a better Gulfport.
- Email – firstname.lastname@example.org
- Phone – (727) 826-7214
- City council meetings with public comment opportunities occur the first and third Tuesday of each month.
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Please, go to these links if you would like contact information for your state representatives.
Current Representatives for Gulfport include Senator Jeff Brandes and House Representative Kathleen Peters.
2401 53rd St. S. Gulfport, FL 33707
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